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12-31-2012, 05:09 PM
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Last season, the Hamilton Bulldogs finished near the bottom of the AHL and failed to make the Calder Cup playoff, a fate similar to their parent club, the Montreal Canadiens. New General Manager, Marc Bergevin decided to bring in a completely new Bulldogs' coaching staff, adding a good mix of NHL and junior experience with head coach Sylvain Lefebvre, assistants Donald Dufresne, Ron Wilson, and goaltending coach Vincent Riendeau.



The Bulldogs have struggled early in the 2012-13 season, with injuries to top forward prospects Louis Leblanc, Blake Geoffrion, and Aaron Palushaj. Consequentially the team has struggled and is now among the bottom-ranked teams in the league. read more



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This organization is deep in something but it isn't talent. Not a lot of future career NHL games going to be played by that roster, at least by the forwards.

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